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Posts from the ‘Built Heritage’ Category

A Tale of Two Chapels

Should there be strings attached when faith communities sell their surplus properties for redevelopment?

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Condo Developer’s Unique Gift Jump-starts Massey Hall Renewal

Why the revitalization of Toronto's iconic music hall hinges on a gritty 450-square-metre plot of land

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Leap of Faith Gives Convent New Life

How a pre-Confederation convent became the new home of the Guelph Civic Museum

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222 Jarvis Street Update

The renewal of the former Sears Canada head office at 222 Jarvis Street, Toronto, is inching closer to completion. While this fascinating example of brutalist architecture was expected to be move-in ready by the end of 2011, it looks like workers are still putting on finishing touches. Read more

Reinventing The Old Don Jail

Redevelopment will honour the past while opening a new chapter in community health care

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